Jackson / Appleton / Middlesex streets, 2005–2009. Portrait of a neighborhood in transition.
Woman lights man's cigarette, Pearl Street.
Behind the shelter on Middlesex Street.
New parking garage next to the old Byrne Liquors building, on the corner of Middlesex and Elliott Streets.
Intersection of South and Appleton Streets.
Barber shop on Middlesex Street.
School crossing guard on Jackson Street.
This building has been developed into the Appleton Mills apartments, which opened in June 2011.
Children leaving school on Jackson Street during a snow storm.
Workers disassembling the old wooden overpass on Jackson Street.
Poster depicting local sex offenders hanging in a school window on Jackson Street.
Corner of Middlesex and Elliott Streets.
Jackson Street. The empty lot on the bottom left is now a city parking garage.
Jackson Street. The empty lot on the right is now a city parking garage.
Hamilton canal on Jackson Street. The overpass nearest in the image was demolished later in 2007; the farthest overpass was stripped to its metal frame.
Old equipment removed from the Freudenberg building on Jackson Street.
Policeman on Jackson Street.
Man collecting bottles on Jackson Street.
This empty lot was turned into a neighborhood garden in 2011.
Neighborhood cleanup day on Jackson Street.
Outside the Romeo & Juliet Cafe on South Street.
Leaving school for the day, Jackson Street.
This lot between Middlesex and Jackson Streets now contains a city parking garage.
Lowell Transitional Living Center on Middlesex Street.
This building on Jackson Street has since been developed into the Appleton Mills apartments.
Inside the Appleton Mills on Jackson Street.
Child going to school, Jackson Street.
Old appliances from the Appleton Mills apartments on Jackson Street. The apartments were gutted and turned into new condos.